Amsterdam: Life of Anne Frank and World War II Walking Tour
- Duration: 2 hours
Amsterdam has a few magnificent sights, but mostly you can expect a charismatic cityscape, eccentric shopping, and a whole load of attractions unlike anything else! Here are five of its biggest draws.
There's little to see from outside but huge queues, so if you want to learn about the famous diarist's attempts to evade the Nazis, book a tour with skip-the-line access!
Amsterdam is small and flat, but the labyrinthine layout of the city's canals and narrow streets mean even the shortest of walking tours will last at least two hours (although they're unlikely to last more than three). That said, you'd probably end up walking a lot longer trying to navigate the streets without an expert. The Dutch capital is an easy city to get lost in!
If you're visiting Amsterdam on the cheap then you might choose to opt for a free walking tour. If so, remember your guide does this for a living so bring some cash in order to pay what you think it was worth at the end. Otherwise, be prepared to shuffle away sheepishly!
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My family and I had an enjoyable evening with Jon our guide. He was very informative and funny at the same time. Kept up engaged throughout the tour. Would highly recommend both the tour and guide to any one looking to book and are not sure.
Best way to see Amsterdam. Leisurely and informative. Allows you to decide which areas you want to go back to on foot to explore more of....
Our guides name was Steohen. He was excellent....well informed and passionate about the subject
The staff was very informative and friendly. The entire day was absolutely amazing.
Really enjoyable. Leaned a lot about Johan cryuff and the history of Ajax